High Court says it will only allow company restoration upon NZ director’s appointment

Company was removed from the register after the death of its sole shareholder and director

Law Society to conduct legal workplace environment survey

It will look into instances of harassment and discrimination in the profession

Last day to nominate New Zealand’s Most Influential Lawyers in 2023

Nominations for the third annual Most Influential Lawyers will officially close tonight

ACC and Deloitte publish 2023 legal entity management report

Results confirm ongoing struggle with subsidiary governance and LEM technology

Alana Thomas named new judge of Māori Land Court

Her advocacy includes the benefits of a Māori perspective within the legal system

Senior associate, special counsel, and partner join Russell McVeagh

The appointments bolster the firm’s employment and construction offering

NZBA president Maria Dew comments on ministers’ judge criticism

She highlighted the importance of maintaining judicial independence

Attorney-General makes suite of district court appointments

They will sit at the Wellington, Manukau, Whangarei, and Palmerston North District Courts

Final week of nominations for Most Influential Lawyers 2023

Submissions for the third annual Most Influential Lawyers ends this Friday


For Liora Bercovitch, lawyers work in a field that is "constantly full of change and disruption"

Joanna Trezise spent years in the arts and only began thinking about becoming a lawyer in her late 20s

Shelley Funnell talks the "unexpected" achievement of becoming a director at her age

Tina Hwang also discusses how law is still often seen as the prevalently “white older male” profession


How to entice employees back to the office?

Major companies bringing staff back but is enforcement the best method?

What will be the long-lasting effects of COVID?

Nearly half of employees in the U.S. took time off work to deal with long COVID

Should employers consider a TikTok ban?

Depends on the data kept on the device, lawyer says

Should employers pay more attention to data privacy?

National broadcaster's census 'betrayal' highlights dangers of lax attitude